This morning on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the host and her guest, "The Good Place" star Kristen Bell, acted out a scene as their famous Disney animated characters. DeGeneres recently did this with Tom Hanks, where the two talked to each other as Dory and Woody from "Toy Story." "You have children, and you can imagine your children at home watching you and Dory talk to each other, you know?" DeGeneres said, handing over a colorful cutout of Anna.
With their faces in the cutouts, DeGeneres introduced herself. "Hi, I'm Dory!"
"Hi, Dory! I'm Princess Anna!" Bell replied cheerfully. "Do you want to build a snowman?"
But of course, Dory has short-term memory loss, and couldn't remember either agreeing to build a snowman or even Anna's name. "I'm Dory! Who are you?"
And poor Anna just kept smiling! Guess she'll have to find someone else to build that snowman.
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